Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Landers Center Tunica Southaven 2000 10,000 Consists of an arena, convention hall, theatre & meeting rooms
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Tupelo Oxford 1915 60,580 Home of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Rebels football (SEC)
Davis Wade Stadium Meridian Starkville 1914 61,337 Home of Mississippi State Bulldogs football (SEC)
Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium Jackson Jackson 1941 60,492 Home of Jackson State Tigers football (SWAC); Hosts Mississippi high school football championships
Trustmark Park Jackson Pearl 2005 7,500 Home of the Mississippi Braves (Atlanta Braves AA affiliate)
Tunica Arena & Expo Center Tunica Tunica 2000 6,000 Hosts rodeos, comedy acts, concerts, tradeshows, conventions & more
Spinks-Casem Stadium Jackson Lorman 1992 22,500 Home of Alcorn State Braves football (SWAC)
Humphrey Coliseum Meridian Starkville 1975 10,575 Home of Mississippi State Bulldogs basketball (SEC)
M. M. Roberts Stadium Gulfport Biloxi Hattiesburg 1932 36,000 Home of Southern Miss Golden Eagles football (C-USA)
Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center Gulfport Biloxi Biloxi 1977 15,000 Multi-purpose venue; hosts annual Crawfish Festival and Summer Fair
Barnett Reservoir Jackson Ridgeland 1965 5,000 33,000-acre lake popular for fishing, boating, sailing, water skiing, water sports, birdwatching; Hosts national & regional fishing tournaments
The Pavilion at Ole Miss Tupelo Oxford 2016 9,500 Home of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Rebels basketball (SEC)
Cadence Bank Arena & Conference Center Tupelo Tupelo 1993 10,000 Hosts concerts, sports, rodeos, wrestling & more
Mississippi Coliseum Jackson Jackson 1962 10,000 Part of the Mississippi State Fairgrounds complex; Hosts the Dixie National Rodeo
Reed Green Coliseum Gulfport Biloxi Hattiesburg 1965 8,095 Home of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles basketball (Sun Belt)
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